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Accentuate those perfectly pointed toes with the "Odette" ballet shoes. Shoe features soft leather fabric, pre-sewn elastic straps, split soles, and a no-drawstring design to avoid bunching and create cleaner lines. See sizing tab for important fitting suggestions.
Seems pretty tight and the back of the shoe dug into my heel
by: MichelleR - 07/14/2021 - Mountain View,CA
Fit: Runs small
I have been a longtime wearer of Bloch Dansoft shoes and wanted to try something a little different this time, but I regretted getting these shoes and had to return them. I ordered the same size that I normally wear in the Bloch Dansoft (3.5C) and these were noticeably tighter and smaller, and also dug into my heel. I think the elastic binding around the edge is actually not a great feature. At first it seems like it would be better than having the drawstring, but having tried it on I can say with certainty that the comfort level is lower. If you do order this shoe I would recommend getting a half size up from your usual size in Bloch (go down 1.5 sizes from your street shoe size instead of 2 sizes down).
These need to break in. And they stretch a lot. When I first get them I wear a very thin sock they are tight. When broken in I wear a pair of Bombas cushioned socks and an ankle brace under my tights. Good cushioning very comfortable. I order my usually Bloch size down.
Supper soft leather and comfortable.
Runs about 2 sizes big. My daughter wears a street size 3, using the sizing chart we ordered a 5. Definitely large and loose. We are now ordering a 3 to see how that goes.